Yellow White-eye

The Yellow White-eye (Zosterops luteus) is, like most Australians, a coastal dweller, favouring mangroves, acacia thickets, paperbark woodlands, riverine vegetation and gardens in costal towns. This bird was gathering nest material at East Point in Darwin. Its song is said to be canary-like and the loudest of any Australian White-eye.

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